"...a reputation for performing best for Seers and those skilled in Legilimency, mysterious arts both."
-- Mr. Ollivander (Pm)
A wand wood (Pm).
- Silver lime wand wood was popular in the 19th century, so much so that some wand makers dyed wood to create more supply (Pm)
- The wood gained a reputation for divination and legillimency, but a wandmaker named Arturo Cephalopos said that was just a rumor spread by Gerbold Ollivander to sell more silver lime wands. Gerbold's grandson, Garrick Ollivander strongly denied this allegation stating that "Cephalopos was a slipshod wandmaker and an ignoramus, and nobody, Seer or not, was surprised when he went out of business." (Pm).